Rockwell, Rourke, Farrell and Walken in ‘Seven Psychopaths’
Thursday 12 May 2011
The black comedy,
Seven Psychopaths, has cast Colin Farrell, Sam Rockwell, Mickey Rourke, and Christopher Walken.
A story centers on a screenwriter, played by Farrell, struggling for inspiration for his script, when he gets dragged into a dog kidnapping scheme run by a pair of strange friends (Rockwell and Walken), according to a report in Variety.
Rourke will portray a gangster who seeks revenge when his dog disappears.
Created by the team who created In Bruges with Colin Farrell, director/writer Martin McDonagh, producers Graham Broadbent, Pete Czernin, and Tessa Ross.
Rockwell who was featured in Iron Man 2 will next be seen in Cowboys & Aliens co-starring Harrison Ford and Daniel Craig this summer.
Farrell will star in Horrible Bosses with Jennifer Aniston and Kevin Spacey, and the redo of Total Recall for next year.
Rourke will star in Immortals, a Greek tragedy due this November and will also be in The Expendables 2.
Walken will co-star with Rutger Hauer in Life's a Bitch arriving in theaters in August and the Boom Boom Room with Shirley MacLaine due next year.
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